Valerian Root Ext.

 It belongs to the mint family and is called lemon balm because it gives out an odour of lemon. Valerian is a very popular herb that has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. The main attraction of this herb is its distinct scent.

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The roots of this plant are used for medicines. The valerian herb used for sleep and other medicinal purposes comes from the perennial plant, Valeriana officinalis.

It’s actually the root of the valerian plant that is harvested for medicinal use.

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People use valerian to relieve anxiety, depression, and poor sleep, and also to ease menstrual and stomach cramps. Valerian has a mild calming effect that does not usually result in sleepiness the next day.
Medicine is made from the root. Valerian is most commonly used for sleep disorders, especially the inability to sleep (insomnia). Valerian is also used orally for anxiety and psychological stress, but there is limited scientific research to support these uses.
For insomnia, valerian may be taken 1 to 2 hours before bedtime, or up to 3 times in the course of the day, with the last dose near bedtime. It may take a few weeks before the effects are felt.

According to a study on valerian, different doses of this medication could cause no increase in blood urine nitrogen and creatinine (compared to sham group). Therefore, the extract of this herb was not likely to have toxic effects on rat kidneys. Scientific studies on valerian have begun on humans since 1970.

Though not guaranteed, anxiety and insomnia sufferers may benefit from taking valerian root extract daily. It also may result in fewer side effects than traditional medications for anxiety or insomnia, making it a suitable potential treatment for many people.

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